Tag: Drawing

1950s Experiment Asked Artist To Take LSD And Draw The Same Portrait 9 Times, And Each Portrait Got Crazier
12 Jun

1950s Experiment Asked Artist To Take LSD And Draw The Same Portrait 9 Times, And Each Portrait Got Crazier

Art Homepage featured Science Weird acid 12th of June 2017

In the 1950s the US government did a lot of experiments with psychotomimetic drugs (in fact, as anybody who's seen or read 'The Men Who Stare At Goats' will know, the US government used to do all sorts of weird and wonderful experiments). One of these experiments included feeding human test subjects measured quantities of LSD and then monitoring their ensuing behavior.

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Guy Sucks At Photoshop, Spends 10 Years Mastering Microsoft Paint To Illustrate His Book
13 May

Guy Sucks At Photoshop, Spends 10 Years Mastering Microsoft Paint To Illustrate His Book

Digital Art Homepage featured full-page microsoft paint art microsoft paint illustrations 13th of May 2017

Turns out, sometimes our resistance to learn something new and master a new skill can lead to something pretty amazing. Pat Hines, who couldn't be bothered to learn Photoshop and illustrated his ebook using good old Microsoft Paint, is the proof. "I suck at Photoshop and other programs, and have worked exclusively in Microsoft Paint for over ten years... I honed my craft working long overnights at a hospital reception desk...," the guy writes. That's why when it came to choosing the program to create illustrations for his novel Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge, he looked no further and just went for something he was already good at.

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Guy Sucks At PhotoShop, Spends 10 Years Using Microsoft Paint To Illustrate His Book
12 May

Guy Sucks At PhotoShop, Spends 10 Years Using Microsoft Paint To Illustrate His Book

Digital Art Homepage featured full-page microsoft paint art microsoft paint illustrations 12th of May 2017

Turns out, sometimes our resistance to learn something new and master a new skill can lead to something pretty amazing. Pat Hines, who couldn't be bothered to learn Photoshop and illustrated his ebook using good old Microsoft Paint, is the proof. "I suck at Photoshop and other programs, and have worked exclusively in Microsoft Paint for over ten years... I honed my craft working long overnights at a hospital reception desk...," the guy writes. That's why when it came to choosing the program to create illustrations for his novel Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge, he looked no further and just went for something he was already good at.

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Polish Artist Illustrates His Fight Against Depression In Mysterious Dark Paintings
28 Apr

Polish Artist Illustrates His Fight Against Depression In Mysterious Dark Paintings

Homepage featured Illustration #Illustration amazing animal 28th of April 2017

Depression is not easy thing to deal with, but sometimes you can take your weakness and turn it into something beautiful. That's exactly what polish artist Dawid Planeta did - to help himself he created an imaginary world where a small man is traveling through long forgotten jungle meeting his weaknesses and fears presented as giant animals with glowing eyes. The vision created by the artist is dark, mysterious, and very beautiful.

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Dad Turns His Sons’ Doodles Into Anime Characters, And The Result Is Amazing
22 Mar

Dad Turns His Sons’ Doodles Into Anime Characters, And The Result Is Amazing

Drawing Homepage featured Illustration Parenting #Drawing 22nd of March 2017

Thomas Romain is a French anime artist who lives in Tokyo. He's worked on various series including Space Dandy, Basquash!, and Aria, but his best ideas actually come from his sons. Working together in what he calls the Father And Sons Design Workshop, Thomas and his kids come up with all sorts of weird and wonderful characters.

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